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Callimachus Open Source 1.2 Is Out

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According to a new article out of the company, “3 Round Stones announced that Callimachus Open Source v1.2 has been released.”


According to a new announcement from the company 3 Round StonesCallimachus Open Source v1.2 has been released.  Callimachus is a Linked Data application server used by the Federal Government for publishing open data on the Web and Fortune 1000 for consuming and visualizing a combination of enterprise and open content.  3 Round Stones is working to make Callimachus the choice of Web developers who want to rapidly write and host data-driven Web applications.   Callimachus Open Source 1.2 provides a number of improvements across the board – some which improve use experience for building visualizations with the Chart Wizard and some back end changes aimed at improving scaling and performance. As always, for full details about the project and downloads check out http://callimachusproject.org.  Here are some highlights.”

The article continues, “Callimachus already includes extensive support for Docbook and Docbook editing but we recognize how important supporting documentation is to developers and their end users. For that reason we ramped up the article editor with more semantic options in the form of a “Styles” dropdown. The Styles dropdown allows you to assign a whole host of different meanings (and associated style, if applicable) to text within an article.”

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Image: Courtesy Callimachus

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